List of photobooks by David, Hélène

Hélène David is a French photographer based in Marseilles. She questions the relation between man and the living and carries documentary work with a strong sensitivity to ecology.

Hélène David is a French photographer based in Marseilles. She questions the relation between man and the living and carries documentary work with a strong sensitivity to ecology.


Among other locations she has worked on the Arctic continent and in the territories of Alaska; she also follows a long-term project about the Bouches-du-Rhône region around Marseilles, on the Mediterranean Sea, in Southern France.


Hélène David's work has been showed at the BNF (Bibliothèque Nationale de France), at the world climate summint in Copenhagen, and the the PhotoMed festival, etc.


Hélène David published in 2017 the book Noces ou les confins sauvages with sun/sun, a journey across the Mediterranean seafront, somewhere between the real and the magical.

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  • Presentation by sun/sun :   [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal] " Noces ou les confins sauvages (Nuptials or the wild far reaches) is a contemporary narration between the real and the magical. Page after page, the photographer Hélène David offers a journey across the Mediterranean seafront, as an continuation of the intimate and the familiar, but also as a...

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